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Chelsea & Spurs battle for Capital One Cup

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 By PA Sport

Chelsea's Diego Costa: 'I'm not going to change my way of playing'

Chelsea captain John Terry believes Nemanja Matic's absence from the English League Cup final is "a big miss" and added that he expects "a tight game" against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Hard-charging Diego Costa has no intentions of changing his game now, he says.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa believes he is already a victim of his own reputation in England but insists he will never change his aggressive style.

Costa returned to domestic action against Burnley last weekend after serving a three-match ban for stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can.

The combative forward maintains the altercation with Can was an innocent mistake but his first season at Stamford Bridge, which has included an impressive 18 goals, has been blighted by controversy.

Costa, who is likely...

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Diego Costa, Harry Kane prepare for Wembley battle in a tale of two strikers

Thibaut Courtois insisted they weren't solely focused on in-form Harry Kane and said "we need to see how to stop him, but of course stop all of Tottenham".
The ESPN FC panel discuss why despite Tottenham's impressive victory over Chelsea when the sides last met, Chelsea remain heavy favourites in the League Cup Final.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Chelsea and Tottenham's Cup title match is more important than Liverpool and Manchester City's match.

Theirs is a comparison of an expensive foreign import and a great young hope of the English game starring for the team he supported as a boy. One has inspired cynicism, the other romanticism and in their own ways, Diego Costa and Harry Kane have become the leading men of the 2014-15 English season. On Sunday, their respective performances in the 2015 Capital One Cup final could well prove crucial to the final result.

Costa arrived in London in the precise mould that Jose Mourinho wants from...

Capital One Cup victory could spark future glory for Chelsea or Tottenham

ESPN FC's Alison Bender looks ahead to the Capital One Cup final.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says it will be "an honour" to face Jose Mourinho's Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final.

For all the differences between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur as teams right now, there was one common strand among their key players in the buildup to Sunday's meeting. Neither John Terry nor Christian Eriksen really mentioned the tangible prizes on offer -- the medals and the Capital One Cup -- themselves.

Instead, when asked about the significance of winning Sunday's final, both talked about the "feeling" and, more pointedly, the subsequent desire to "have the feeling again."

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Chelsea and Spurs battle for season's first trophy in Capital One Cup final

The ESPN FC panel discuss why despite Tottenham's impressive victory over Chelsea when the sides last met, Chelsea remain heavy favourites in the League Cup Final.

Chelsea and Tottenham will do battle at Wembley this Sunday with the first silverware of the season up for grabs. For Chelsea, it's the first leg of a possible treble, with the Premier League leaders also in the hunt for honours in the Champions League.

In a repeat of the 2008 League Cup final which Spurs won, Mauricio Pochettino's men are vying for the first trophy since then.

It's a London derby at Wembley with more than pride at stake -- a trophy is on the line and Mark Worrall (Chelsea) and...

 By PA Sport

John Terry thinks Capital One Cup win could kick-start winning run

Chelsea captain John Terry believes Nemanja Matic's absence from the English League Cup final is "a big miss" and added that he expects "a tight game" against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

John Terry believes winning the Capital One Cup will give Chelsea a big lift and open the floodgates for more trophies, just as it did in 2005.

The competition was Jose Mourinho's first piece of silverware 10 years ago and prompted a period of dominance under the Portuguese that included a second League Cup, an FA Cup and two Premier League titles.

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Terry, Didier Drogba and Petr Cech are the only three players from that squad to have remained at Stamford Bridge and the Blues skipper insists victory...